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Rory McInerney Aug 21, 2018 5:31:00 AM 2 min read

Episode 22: The 10,000 Kcal Challenge "Rudds V Rory"

Episode 22 of the For Fit Sake Podcast - The 10,000 calorie challenge.
In this episode Rudds and Rory discuss their 10K calorie challenge. Rudds took on the challenge with the intentions of eating “processed foods” vs Rory attempting to eat 10k calories of “whole foods”. Each participant must only eat their calories and cannot consume calories through fluids, smoothies, milkshakes and the sort, in a 24 hour window. The lads reveal the challenges and insights into their respective food types. Rory and Rudds were very “eggcited” at the start, however, Rory seemed to run out of thyme, whilst Rudd’s had to “turnip” the heat by ordering a dominoes in order to complete the challenge.
Rory’s main challenges with the whole foods include;
How fibre plays a role in satiety.Bloating and feeling lethargic.Poor sleep quality.
Rudd’s main challenges with processed foods include;
Sugar crashes.Foods disagreeing with his normal diet (minimally processed and high in fibre).Meat sweats.
Other areas of discussion include,
Out training a bad diet, can it be done?Non-exercise activity thermogenesis.
This week’s quiz could have been the most difficult to find a link between our hosts and our guest. As much as Rory might fancy himself to go a few rounds with Victor we all know how that would end…. Listen right to the end to see how creative Rudds got this week to somehow find a link between Rory and Victor… We know, we know, he is reaching big time!
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Rory McInerney

Rory is the Founder of Fitter Faster Stronger, one of Ireland’s most innovative fitness communities. He studied Health and Performance Science and built up his experience in the fitness industry both at home and abroad as a strength and conditioning coach in a variety of disciplines. FFS Gyms pride themselves not only on their association with the elite but in their dedication to working with people of all levels of conditioning and experience. All Rory asks is that you buy into his philosophy that “anything worthwhile in life never comes easy.” Rory’s background combined with his degree in health and performance science has given him an insight into sports psychology, nutrition, molecular exercise science, physiology and clinical anatomy. This understanding of the integrated systems necessary for optimal health makes him the perfect candidate to help you achieve your goals.

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